1. Coolidge Company estimates that its production workers will work 125,000 direct labor hours during the upcoming period and that overhead costs will amount to $500,000. What predetermined overhead rate would be used to apply overhead to production during the period?
2. During 2007, Jackson Company estimated that its manufacturing employees would work 80,000 direct labor hours. During the year the company actually worked 75,000 direct labor hours. Actual manufacturing overhead costs amounted to $344,000. Jackson applies overhead cost on the basis of direct labor hours. The manufacturing overhead account was overapplied by $16,000 during 2007. Based on this information the predetermined overhead rate was
3. HGT Company started the accounting period with the following beginning balances:
Raw material inventory = $42,000
Work in process inventory = $90,000
Finished goods inventory = $20,000
During the accounting period, the company purchased $60,000 of raw materials and ended the period with $16,000 in raw material inventory. Direct labor costs for the period were $120,000 and $36,000 of manufacturing overhead costs was allocated to work in process. There was no over or under applied overhead. Ending work in process was $82,000 and ending finished goods inventory was $35,000. Goods were sold during the period for revenue of $350,000. The amount of cost of goods manufactured (i.e., amount transferred from WIP to finished goods) would be?
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